Top 7 “Hot” Programming Languages of 2022
What is the most important programming language to learn in 2022? It’s an open question, but one way to answer it is to look at the languages that are currently in vogue.
Some of them are well-established coding languages that have been popular for a long time. Others are new languages which have just entered their peak. Either way, these are languages worth getting to grips with.
Here is an overview of what are undoubtedly the trending programming languages in 2022.
1.Python: When talking about hot programming languages in 2022, the list should start with Python. Probably no language has a better year than Python, which recently slipped to first place become the most popular language of all. You could say that Python don’t really deserve this statusbut the fact is that he appreciates it.
2. Go: Go (or Golang, as it’s officially called) has long been a “cool” programming language – partly because it has its roots in Google (which is a hotbed, technologically speaking) and partly because it’s quick to write, quick to compile, and quick to run.
3. PDO: Open Policy Agent, or OPA, is technically not a programming language. It is a policy language that allows you to define resources using code. That makes it hot language, however, in a world increasingly obsessed with doing it.”just like code.”
4. Fast: If you’re developing something for the Apple world – whether on macOS, iOS or any other *OS platform – Swift is a language you absolutely need to know today. It’s also a relatively easy language to code, by many accounts.
5.C:C, which turns 50 this year, may be old, but it’s still relevant and still a hot programming language in 2022. It’s messy, it’s fast, and it’s essential for a wide variety of programming tasks.
6.Java: It is probably hard to get excited about Java — a language that is tedious to code and whose code is relatively slow. But the thing is, Java was the most popular programming language for years, and tons of stuff is still written in it. Whether or not you like to code in Java, it remains an important language as of 2022.
About the AuthorChristopher Tozzi is a technology analyst specializing in cloud computing, application development, open source software, virtualization, containers, and more. He also teaches at a major university in the Albany, New York area. His book, “For Fun and Profit: A History of the Free and Open Source Software Revolution”, was published by MIT Press.